What happened in Michigan shines a light on our aging and failing infrastructure. The question remains, will we do something now to fix it?
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Take a survey to learn how anxiety could be making your disagreements worse — and how to reduce conflict during these stressful times.
By building resilience into our infrastructure and communities, we can reduce the damages from natural disasters and recover from shocks more easily.
The crisis of environmental sustainability persists and moving forward to address that crisis is our only option.
The Youth, Peace, and Security program shares lessons from working with youth leaders in Medellin, Colombia, to foster peace in communities afflicted by violence.
Sustainable development student Isabelle Seckler explains how nature taught her the most important lessons she has learned all year.
Summertime brings hurricane season, heat waves, wildfires, and flooding. Is the U.S. prepared to deal with extreme weather at the same time as a pandemic?
As the theme for the International Day of Biodiversity states, “Our solutions are in nature.”
A committee has outlined what the U.S. National Science Foundation should focus on over the next decade.
Her research as a Ph.D. student at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory has yielded important information for air quality control efforts.